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Topic # 15264 13-Aug-2007 13:41
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The N95 features UPnP to enable you to access content on other UPnP compatible devices on local network via Wifi.

I've run into problems with copying files (e.g. music files) to the N95 via UPnP.  If the file is over 500Kb or so, the copy always fails.  Smaller files copy OK but not very useful if you have large video files etc.

Any body run into these problems or found any fixes?  Running latest 12.0.013 firmware, same problem on previous v11 Vodafone Image...

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  Reply # 82205 13-Aug-2007 16:21
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Hmmn, I confess that I have yet to try this. If nobody else can help try asking at either symbian-freak.com or n95users.com - hopefully Apocalypso is reading and can sort it out for you.




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Reply # 82278 13-Aug-2007 23:54
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Update on this, I tried UPnP at home, works perfectly with the new firmware, copies medium sized video files (50MB) no problem via UPnP over Wifi...so must have been dodgy wifi at work or something Yell

Version 12 software is much better than the Vodafone image - I can now browse/view/copy all the photos on my phone via my PS3 over UPnPoWifi - seriously cool - pity music and videos don't work yet but hopefully future N95/PS3 updates might address this...

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